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3 rules to good graphic designing

I enjoyed learning the different skills required to create and edit images. I was new to all this at first and I'm glad I took this class as one of my stepping stones into the degree courses. The thing I least enjoyed was getting used to and sticking with Illustrator. That prgram was japanese to me at first. I'm a little more comfortable now, but still need to get used to it. I will be using the information I learned almost all the time in the field I'm going into. As a graphic designer you need to know how to use different programs. This has introduced and guided me how to use programs that I have never used before.

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Eric Schneider's comment, November 27, 2012 10:07 PM
Hi Pam, I agree Adobe's software is very complex but you have to agree that the things it can do are amazing.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 27, 2012 10:20 PM
I agree the program looked quite foreign when we first started. It a a lot of fun to learn though! Good luck in your future classes.
Pam Phillips's comment, November 29, 2012 12:30 PM
It is all very amazing, almost over-whelming. Thanks and good luck to you too Stephanie =]
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Characteristics of a good web developer

This video is a web developer telling potential clients what to looks for when selecting someone to hire, since I would like to be hired, I want to know what clients will be looking for. This semester what I liked learning most was photoshop. I loved illustrator but photography is where my heart is, and learning my way around phtotoshop is already fun and rewarding and I am barely in ther door. 

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Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 27, 2012 10:22 PM
I agree completely! I loved photoshop and felt much more comfortable using it. I found all the ways to interact with photos very neat. I liked illustrator but I found photoshop easier to use.
Eric Schneider's comment, December 2, 2012 8:41 PM
Hi Dana, I am going to take the Photography class soon, hope it works out well. Have you taken it yet?
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A List of Essential Web Design Skills

A List of Essential Web Design Skills | DigiFun | Scoop.it
I've described the key list of web design skills you'll need in order to work as an effective freelance web designer. Or your're writing your website yourself, I give you the best places and ideas from which to start your journey.

 

I most enjoyed working with Photoshop. I found manuplating and fixing graphics and photos to be fun and a great learning experience. I least liked working with Illustrator as I do not feel I am overly creative and I lack a steady hand. I plan to continue working on both Photoshop and Illustrator in the future. My educational plans include a bachlors in eCommerce when I am finished at COTC. I want to own a web based home business providing hand made jewerly and crafting supplies when I am completely done school. I see myself using Photoshop often with photos of the products I intend to provide and Illustrator to create and maintain my website.

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Dana Adler Elad's comment, November 27, 2012 6:03 PM
I like photoshop too! This article was really really detailed! It wasn't a quick or simple read but it might be worth printing out and hanging on to till more of it makes sense.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 27, 2012 10:26 PM
Thank you. I am glad the link was helpful. I plan to continue to learn with photoshop and illustrator and have registered for Design Fundementals for next semester :)
Eric Schneider's comment, December 2, 2012 8:42 PM
I like your idea about an ecommerce site for your jewelry. I hope you are very successful.
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The Top 10 Web Design Skills You WILL Need!

The Top 10 Web Design Skills You WILL Need! | DigiFun | Scoop.it

"My list of the top 10 web design skills you need to be a complete and effective web designer, in order of importance. Not what you may think!"

 

 

What I enjoyed most was learning about Illustrator, it opened a whole new world in relation to creative expression.  I have always enjoyed working with computers but never understood how some artists create those fantastic designs.  Having played with Illustrator before the class I was a novice, I still am but I now have a better understanding of how to create art on a computer.

I cannot say I did not enjoy learning about anything in particular in the class, if you ask me what was most challenging I would have to say the concept of color or color theory, the color wheel and depth of knowledge you need to ensure you prepare your designs properly for printing. 

What I see myself doing with my newly acquired knowledge is creating websites with an artistic flair.  I have used templates for websites but want to create my own backgrounds and photo collages to give them a more unique view.  Now by combining designs in Illustrator with photos from Photoshop I think I can create some pretty cool stuff.

 

 

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Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 25, 2012 3:02 PM
I have enjoyed your posts and links though out this class. I always found them very helpful. Both Photoshop and Illustrator are amazing pieces of software. Good luck in your future classes.
Skylar Tharp's comment, November 26, 2012 5:54 PM
I loved your links you have posted throughout the class. They have really helped me. Good luck in your future classes!
Eric Schneider's comment, November 27, 2012 10:08 PM
Thanks Debi, I am still trying to get it out of my head but once I figure that out I will send it to you.
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5 'New' Skills that Every Web Designer Needs to Know

5 'New' Skills that Every Web Designer Needs to Know | DigiFun | Scoop.it
What does it mean to be a web designer? The chances are its a lot more than you think. As the web becomes increasingly complex so do our clients demands.

The most enjoyable part of this class was reviewing all the tutorials and information all the other students posted.  The variety and scope of all the information was very useful.  I also enjoyed  the results of my projects when they were completed.  The least enjoyable part of this class was the feeling of inadequacy concerning my skills.  I had never used Illustrator or Photoshop and this was a challenge to overcome.  My newly acquired knowledge and skills will be a great foundation for further learning and will assist me in my current job and hopefully make me competitive if I go on to get another job in web design.

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Eric Schneider's comment, November 24, 2012 9:13 PM
Hi Debi, while I did not get to see any of your projects I did read your posts and all of them were well thought out and imformative. I am sure you did a equally good job on your projects. Hope we have some more classes together and I look forward to reading your posts in the future.
Cynthia Dove's comment, November 24, 2012 9:45 PM
Thanks for posting that great article, I really enjoyed it.

I agree... Viewing other student's perspectives and tutorials was very fun. Seeing that other people were having the same trouble as I was made me feel better. :) It's nice to be able to relate.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 25, 2012 3:06 PM
This was a great link with a lot of information. I also agree with you that this blog was a tremendous help with providing additional information and it was fun to read everyone's posts. Good luck in your future classes!
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Color Correction and Enhancement in Adobe Photoshop CS6 | Approach to Color Correction | Peachpit

Color Correction and Enhancement in Adobe Photoshop CS6 | Approach to Color Correction | Peachpit | DigiFun | Scoop.it
By analyzing the most important tools in Photoshop and determining in which situations they might help you, you can achieve a more thorough understanding of color correction.

 

This is an expert from a text book on color correction. I like the information gathered here and the before and after photos. I am finding it fun to make changes to photos. 

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Cynthia Dove's comment, November 19, 2012 12:00 PM
Thanks for the helpful link. I'm finding the project to be quite fun, as well. good luck! :)
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:04 PM
I have really enjoyed this project. I want to take some of my old photos now and clean them up :)
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Photoshop CS6 - Curves and Color Range for Color Correction and Fixing Contrast

A look at the small but significant changes made to the curves adjustment layer and the color range command in Photoshop CS6 including the new content aware ...

 

This color correction video using curves for CS6 was interesting because it helped me to understand the changes from CS5 to CS6.  You can see that there are some significant improvements in the new version.  I did not have any problems with the project but did do some extensive research on using the curve correction because I wanted to gain a better understanding of this complex process 

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Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:09 PM
I really like how this video showed the curves in detail. It was very useful in explaining the process.
Eric Schneider's comment, November 24, 2012 9:16 PM
Thank you Stephanie, I am glad you enjoyed it.
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Photoshop: Old Photo Repair

This tutorial was very helpful for the first half of the project. I like seeing the "before and after", so I get an idea of what I'm doing. I didn't really have any trouble with this project... I had fun learning new things. I enjoy watching the videos, just to enhance the experience.

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Jeremy Deckard's comment, November 20, 2012 2:06 PM
Fascinated is exactly right. I really enjoyed this video. I can't wait to fix some of my grandma's old pictures and see her face when I bring back the old photos redone.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:09 PM
Great video! It really is amazing what you can do with photos and photoshop
Pam Phillips's comment, November 24, 2012 4:37 PM
I didn't have much trouble with this project either. I think it's easier to edit than create. But it was fun and helpful
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22 Professional Photoshop Image Enhancing Tutorials

22 Professional Photoshop Image Enhancing Tutorials | DigiFun | Scoop.it
Discover plenty of tutorials that deal with enhancing images, adding unique and impressive effects, and recreating digital replications of popular traditional photography techniques.

 

I didn't have a problem with this project, but I thought this link could be helpful.

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Cynthia Dove's comment, November 19, 2012 11:57 AM
Aww, that dog is so cute! His editing really made the photo POP. I honestly just enjoy watching these tutorials for fun. Seeing the before and after is fascinating.
the project itself wasn't too difficult. :)
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:12 PM
Very neat! I like seeing the before and after photos.
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The Russell Brown Show - Advanced Image Editing Techniques with CS6 on Adobe TV

The Russell Brown Show - Advanced Image Editing Techniques with CS6 on Adobe TV | DigiFun | Scoop.it

I didnt have much trouble with this project.  I chose this video because it teaches you how to edit a simple photo  and turn it into an amazing photo.  This project is very interesting to me because I love photography.

 

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Skylar Tharp's comment, November 15, 2012 5:41 PM
Great link! Really helps!
Debi Bell's comment, November 17, 2012 2:27 PM
Helpful link. Good luck with your photography.
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Image Resizing vs Resampling In Photoshop Explained

Image Resizing vs Resampling In Photoshop Explained | DigiFun | Scoop.it

A look at the difference between resizing and resampling an image in Photoshop using the Image Size dialog box.     

I have been struggling this week with this project since I have fallen prey to the dreaded flu virus again.......i think a good dose of patience is needed no matter what and a sigh of relief when you finally reach the last page of the project. 

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Debi Bell's comment, November 6, 2012 1:59 PM
I try and find tutorials that others have not already posted and that could be useful. I am glad you liked this one. I find all the information very useful and interesting.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 6, 2012 5:58 PM
This article was very helpful. I have it booked marked for future reference. I am getting the concepts but I wonder if I am going to remember all this. I am almost glad I am not a design student. As fun and interesting as it looks to design professionally I do not think I could keep it all straight.
Debi Bell's comment, November 7, 2012 12:26 PM
I think it is hard to remember all the different concepts and tools, but hopefully I will be able to become more proficient.
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A Comprehensive Guide to Photoshop’s Liquify Tool | Psdtuts+

A Comprehensive Guide to Photoshop’s Liquify Tool | Psdtuts+ | DigiFun | Scoop.it

This tutorial is a real good one on the liquify effect. That was definitely my only problem. My computer's graphics card would not allow me to apply the oil filter to the animals' faces, or liquify the ocean. So I had to come in to Lab and do it, but that gave me limited time. I toyed with it as much as possible, but I still just don't think it looks good. At least not as good as I wanted it to look.

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Eric Schneider's comment, November 5, 2012 2:28 PM
I did not have a hardware problem but I messed with that background forever trying to find what I liked. I do like the liquify tool, you can make some cool abstract art with it.
Jeremy Deckard's comment, November 6, 2012 1:23 AM
Thanks Debi! I like the liquify effect also Eric, but I agree as well that background took forever. :)
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 6, 2012 5:58 PM
Great tutorial! I had a lot of fun with the liquefy tool. It was very interesting to play with all the options and see what I could do.
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How to Use the Freeform Pen Tool in Photoshop CS6 - For Dummies

How to Use the Freeform Pen Tool in Photoshop CS6 - For Dummies | DigiFun | Scoop.it
The Freeform Pen tool in Photoshop CS6 is kind of a hybrid Lasso/Pen tool.

 

I didn't have any issues with this project. So far it's been one of the easiest for me. I did find this resource though, and I thought it could help.

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Eric Schneider's comment, November 5, 2012 2:30 PM
I like the link too, they have this great store in Newark called Ollies on 21st street. In the store are all kinds of "Dummie" books on a lot of topics. Not sure if they have this one but they have a lot at great prices.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 6, 2012 6:00 PM
Great link. I love how everything is simplified in the explanation. I have used the Dummies series for other software and I think its great.
Skylar Tharp's comment, November 6, 2012 9:00 PM
I will probably use this site more often if I ever need help.
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10 Essential Skills Every Graphic Designer Should Have | Design Reviver

10 Essential Skills Every Graphic Designer Should Have | Design Reviver | DigiFun | Scoop.it

I enjoyed designing the company logo and letter head the most.  This is because I find that to be a very marketable skill and I just plain like designing logos.  It is one of the only artistic things that I like to do.  There wasnt any aspect of this class that I didnt enjoy learning because it is all new to me.  The pen tool on illistrator gave me the most trouble.  The new skills I have learned will be the foundation of what i hope to do in my future.  I would really like to start a graphic design company and the things i learned in this class will be most necessary if I hope to achieve my goal.

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Website Design Tips | What to do, and what NOT to do

Website Design Tips | What to do, and what NOT to do | DigiFun | Scoop.it

I found most of this class to be quite fun. Since starting this class I now look at everything a little differently. I'm always wondering now if a sign or business card or poster was done in Photoshop or Illustrator. I thought the Photoshop stuff was very interesting.  The Illustrator stuff was really time-consuming, but that may have more to do with my lack of ability than anything else. I still enjoyed all the projects, though. Some of the Photoshop stuff was so easy, but I feel we have a lot more to learn about Photoshop to be truely proficient., I do think the mid-term and final projects are quite demanding. I know that if I end up going into a field where I don't need this knowledge, I will still find many ways to use what I know. With a little more knowledge a person could even start a little side business repairing old photos and correcting lighting and such in newer images. If I go into a field where I need this knowledge, then what I have learned here can be an invaluable start. For instance, if I went into web design, I can design layouts and comps in Photoshop.    

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Pam Phillips's comment, November 26, 2012 12:11 PM
I agree. Since taking this class, I have also started looking at things differently. And yes, Illustrator was very time consuming. I know there is more to Photoshop, we have just scratched the surface.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 27, 2012 10:27 PM
I agree I am looking forward to learning more in the future. Good luck with your future classes.
Jeremy Deckard's comment, December 2, 2012 6:08 PM
Thank you ladies! Good luck to both of you as well. Maybe we will see each other again.
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10 Essential Skills Every Graphic Designer Should Have | Design Reviver

10 Essential Skills Every Graphic Designer Should Have | Design Reviver | DigiFun | Scoop.it
In order to become a well rounded Graphic Designer, there are a variety of skills that are essential to handling a clients or employers tasks proficiently.

I enjoyed every part of this class. It was really fun and I learned a lot of new skills. The only thing I didn't like was the way the colors looked different in the book compared to my laptop, since I'm a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to this type of project. I see myself using the skills I've learned to fix pictures I don't like or creating my own pictures for my stories I write, or making covers for my friends or any career I enter that requires this.

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Debi Bell's comment, November 25, 2012 1:04 PM
Good luck Skylar with your future classes. I agree the book was a challenge sometimes. I also enjoyed learning the new skills.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 25, 2012 3:06 PM
I really like the catagories that this website lists. There are a lot of skills that a good web site designer needs. With today's world being so mobile you have to take into consideration social media, tablets and mobile phones when doing web design. Good luck in your future classes!
Skylar Tharp's comment, November 26, 2012 5:52 PM
Debi- Thanks!
Stephanie- Thank you :)
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16 tips to improve as a graphic designer

16 tips to improve as a graphic designer | DigiFun | Scoop.it

 

This was a really fun class! I can honestly say I enjoyed everything. I love graphics design, and I'm very passionate about learning new things. I would have liked to learn InDesign as well, but I suppose I can get the hang of it on my own using the skills I have already acquired.

There was not a specific topic I disliked. However, I did not enjoy our book... I was irritated with the wording. I felt like it was only teaching me steps, and not giving me a clear explanation of the goal at hand. If they did offer explanations, they were in difficult terms. I absolutely HAD to supplement it with other sources (which I suppose is the purpose of this blog). Perhaps taking this class in person would benefit me more.

I plan on taking these skills to the next level, and studying to be a professional designer. This class has shown me what it like sot be in the world of graphics, and I'm in love with it so far.  It's really fun! :)

 

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Dana Adler Elad's comment, November 27, 2012 6:06 PM
I LOVE LOVE LOVED this article. What a great suggestion to keep a collection of design that inspires you!
Eric Schneider's comment, November 27, 2012 10:10 PM
Cynthia, the book did through you around abit but I think once you start using others books in the series the make more sense.
Cynthia Dove's comment, November 29, 2012 8:25 PM
Thanks for all the replies, everyone! I should have checked back sooner!

Debi - I'm glad someone else agreed with me. The book wasn't all bad, but ti definitely needed help! lol

Stephanie - The internet is really my favorite resource. And thanks, you too!

Dana - Funny you mention that... The collection idea was actually my favorite part!

Eric - You're right, one I got used to things it wasn't so hard. :)
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50 Excellent Digital Photography Photoshop Tutorials | Smashing Magazine

50 Excellent Digital Photography Photoshop Tutorials | Smashing Magazine | DigiFun | Scoop.it

Sorry I'm a little late this week. Between kids and final projects I completely forgot. This is a really great site with numerous tutorials on image editing. I know I enjoyed it. As for the last project: I thought it was fun and instructional. I know it definitely taught us some useful information. Being able to fix photos and other images could come in handy in many ways, not just in business.

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Debi Bell's comment, November 20, 2012 6:03 PM
I will be checking out these tutorials. Good luck with all your projects.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:04 PM
Lots of great tutorials. Thank you for the link.
Jeremy Deckard's comment, November 21, 2012 12:04 AM
You're welcome!
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Photoshop CS6: Get Started With These Powerful New Tools

Photoshop CS6: Get Started With These Powerful New Tools | DigiFun | Scoop.it
Photoshop CS6, difficult? We beg to differ -- it's surprisingly easy to use. Here's a series of videos to prove it, showing you the basics in just a few minutes.

 

I really like how theses videos break down each step. It helps to simpifily the process. 

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Debi Bell's comment, November 19, 2012 6:07 PM
All help is appreciated!
Dana Adler Elad's comment, November 20, 2012 12:36 PM
I'm going to have to check out some of their other tutorials, I feel like most of us are "fishing in the same pool" for the tutorials each week- this was something new ;)
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:06 PM
I am glad this was helpful. I searched around quite a bit to find something new! I really enjoy Photoshop and all the things you can do with it.
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Pin-up Effect

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Using a mixture of filters and blending modes, Corey takes a stock photo and transforms it into an old, classic 1950's pin-up poster.

 

I thought this project was interesting and something I would use with old family photos.  I picked this information because it was intriguing to me and eventually when I master some more skills I could have some fun with my friends photos.

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Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:10 PM
The more videos the better. I am learning something new everyday.
Debi Bell's comment, November 21, 2012 10:20 AM
I think all the videos are great learning tools.
Pam Phillips's comment, November 24, 2012 4:35 PM
I think videos are a great way learn something new. It's definitely helped me out in the past.
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Advanced Color Correction Tutorial that will Knock Your Socks Off!

Advanced Color Correction Tutorial that will Knock Your Socks Off! | DigiFun | Scoop.it

I didn't really have any specific trouble with this assignment. Its all new but I enjoy it so much it doesn't feel tedious. I picked a tutorial with an interesting method/explanation of color casts and how to go beyond the basic adjustments on a photo. We may not really "be there" yet skill wise but it is interesting to see, and seems "do-able". I also trusted him more because I liked the design of his site and his photos. I have has trouble taking "advice" from tutorial makers on youtube that have site/pictures that look terrible. 

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Cynthia Dove's comment, November 19, 2012 11:58 AM
I agree... the tools were new, but it's so much fun to learn. I enjoy it, as well. :)
Dana Adler Elad's comment, November 20, 2012 12:35 PM
Seems simple enough, but I went to try it on a photo and couldn't remember it off hand- practice practice practice.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:11 PM
I found the curve tool very interesting. Its neat how much you can change a photo with the different channels and curves.
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Adobe Photoshop Soft Proof and Gamut warning

I chose to pick a video on the gamut warning. For this project this is the part that I found most challenging. I couldn't get it right so I kept redoing it. The more I kept messing with it, the better it looked. I looked up videos after I finished the project and I thought this would've been helpful to see before hand.

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Dana Adler Elad's comment, November 20, 2012 12:34 PM
I was glad to see a different topic, I luckily did get to see this one before my project! Thanks!
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 20, 2012 10:14 PM
Great video. I like all the detailed steps. I redid this part a couple of times before I was happy with it. I did find the concept of the gamut warning very useful.
Pam Phillips's comment, November 24, 2012 4:33 PM
I liked this video as well. Too bad I didn't see it before hand. But I like the way it came out.
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Photoshop CS6: Resizing images versus Resampling images | lynda.com tutorial

I had previously attempted to post a different tutorial but it looks like it didn't post. I didn't have much trouble with this project. It was pretty fun and neat to do. I went ahead and added this tutorial only because I used it to get a better idea of how resampling works. It's a pretty neat tutorial and I found it helpful.

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Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 6, 2012 5:56 PM
I found resampleing a little confusing at first but once I got the general idea I really liked how well it worked. I bookmarked your tutorial for reference. Can never have enough tutorials!
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Adobe Photoshop * Drawing with the Pen tools

Adobe Photoshop * Drawing with the Pen tools | DigiFun | Scoop.it

I've had no major issues yet but still have a bit to do. I found this information helpful in understanding the use of the tools. This has been a fun project so far but a bit complicated too!

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Pam Phillips's comment, November 6, 2012 2:58 PM
I still had some trouble with the pen tool. Not too much but with the anchors and handles it all got confusing.
Stephanie Rae Halter-Miller's comment, November 6, 2012 5:55 PM
I finally got my map finished and I am happy with the results. I had the most trouble using the pen tool but that it was mostly because I just do not have a steady and it was a bit confusing on exactly when it would snap to the image. Sometimes it followed just fine and others I had to redo it many many time! I had the most fun with all the brushes, colors and the liquefy option. My colors did not show as vibrant as the book but I am also on a laptop so that may be why.
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Fun With Photoshop’s Liquify and Layer Styles - TipSquirrel

Fun With Photoshop’s Liquify and Layer Styles - TipSquirrel | DigiFun | Scoop.it

I thought this video on adding funny eyes was neat.  I struggled with the background layer of the project this week.  I'am very picky about how it looks and I think it was more not liking what they wanted us to do then finding the right mix of blue of green.  I had to delete it and redo it few times before I found what I liked best.  I did not think the project was that difficult it taught me some great featues of Photoshop.

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Debi Bell's comment, November 4, 2012 9:25 PM
Great post. Love those eyes.
Jeremy Deckard's comment, November 6, 2012 1:09 AM
That's a good tutorial. This project definitely taught us some great tools, but the ocean was difficult to make look good.The concept was really good however.
Pam Phillips's comment, November 6, 2012 3:01 PM
This was a neat tutorial. I am also picky on how my projects turn out. Every project we've done so far I have deleted and started over at numerous points because I wanted to change it.